Android Study Jam Session #3

GDG Seattle
Sat, Apr 9, 2016, 10:00 AM (PDT)

About this event

Make sure to RSVP for all 3 Study Jam sessions: Saturdays 3/12, 3/26 & 4/9 10AM - 1:30PM


Study Jams are community-organized study groups around Google online developer courses.

This Study Jam series will follow the course materials from Android Development for Beginners Free Version(~4 weeks + 1 week for project). Is this the right course for you?

• If you've worked on Android Development before, this course might be too easy for you. 

• Watch the Study Jam Live hangout on YouTube for Q&As.

• Take a look at the course (click on the Access Course Materials button for the free version) to make sure it’s the right level for you. 

To get the most out of the Study Jams, we encourage you to RSVP only if you can commit to all three sessions; otherwise you should explore the free course materials on your own or sign up for the paid version to get help from the Udacity coaches.


• You are new to programming or

• You have programming experience but never worked on Android

The Android Development for Beginners course allows for a broad appeal. Newbies, students, and experienced programmers new to Android can all benefit from it.


Why join us? The Study Jams will help you get started with Android Development. You get to study with your peers, and get free help from coaches in person. There will be swags and some other perks.

To receive the Study Jam completion certificate, you must

• Complete the Android for Beginners course on Udacity

• Attend all Study Jam sessions

• Submit a final project to us (the Study Jam facilitators)


Google Kirkland, Building D, Room name - Okanagan River 

You can park in the parking garage in building D. Enter the P1 parking level south entrance, go to the yellow painted lobby and enter there. Take the stairs (not the elevator which requires a badge) up to D1 where the conference room is.

There is easy bus service to the Google Kirkland campus - Metro 255, 245 and Sound Transit 540 stops here.  

See the two maps for the Kirkland campus below (view meetup in a desktop browser):